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Clean, delicious, freshness

From Inglewood Farm, Old Baton Rouge highway. They will be at the next Second Saturday market at Alexandria Museum of Art, February 11, 9a-1p. Bring your grocery bags. Your taste buds will sing!

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Posted by on February 3, 2012 in Uncategorized




So, since starting a Paleo lifestyle last May, I became interested in non-dairy, or supplemental, sources of probiotics – for gut health – and discovered fermentation. Well, I didn’t “discover” it, but I’ve been experimenting with it – in the form of sauerkraut. Pretty good stuff. Above is my latest traditional-ish version. I used one head, each, green and purple cabbage, added celery seeds and caraway seeds, with ~3 tablespoons of kosher salt and let it work it’s magic for 3-4 weeks. I’ve got a new batch brewing as of a couple of days ago – purple cabbage, cranberries, apples, cinnamon, nutmeg, kosher salt – sauerkraut, my new dessert!!



Posted by on February 3, 2012 in Uncategorized


My Paleo Dinners

Well, my photos, or posting abilities are not near the quality of Ernie’s, but these photos reflect some of what I’ve been preparing for dinner at our house. The top photo is a stir-fry and beet green sauté; the other bison/leftover pulled pork chili, Brussels sprout/asparagus sauté and Chinese 5-spice turnip fries. All very good!




Posted by on January 31, 2012 in Main Entree, Uncategorized

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